RailPictures.Net Photo: 214 London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Steam 0-4-2 at York, United Kingdom by Graham Williams
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» July 05, 2008
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William Stroudley's 0-4-2, No.214, Gladstone was built at Brighton in 1882. It was the first of a class which later consisted of 36 engines which managed the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway’s express traffic for many years. Named after the famous Prime Minister, it was withdrawn for preservation in April 1927 after covering 1,346,918 miles. Resplendent in its restored Stroudley livery it now resides in the National Railway Museum in York, where we see it here.
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